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The Man with No Pants

USA 2021
produced by
Joe Cappelli, Ryan Santiago, Jason A. Covey (executive), Matthew A. Peters (executive), Patrick Regan (executive) for Mad Angel Films
directed by Matthew A. Peters
starring Ryan Santiago, Stephanie Ward, Joe Cappelli, Berndele March, James S. Cacciatore, Cassandra Hayes, Patricia c Rodriguez, Wyatt Lozano, Colleen DiVincenzo, Lacey Stevens, Michael John Gilbert, Robert Davis, Hillary Schmatolla-Brooks, Jason A. Covey, Jamie Morgan, John Mac Schnurr, Patrick Regan, Amber Bates, Steve Schleicher, Denver DeRuby, John Anderson
written by Joe Cappelli, Matthew A. Peters, Ryan Santiago

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Back in the day, outlaws Colt Cory (Ryan Santiago) and the Shogun (Joe Cappelli) were accomplices - but then the Shogun tricked, defeated and humiliated Colt, and since then Colt has vowed revenge ... and refused to wear pants. And there's one chance to defeat the Shogun, too, in the annual tournament he holds, where twelve contestants fight in a series of wrestling matches to win the right to challenge the Shogun. And should one defeat the Shogun, one even wins the hand of Princess A'Lamari (Colleen DiVincenzo), whom the Shogun keeps as captive. However, to get to the Shogun, Colt has to fight his way through a string of fighters with such solourful names as Master Manchu (Berndele March), Tank (Wyatt Lozano), Mando Lee (Robert Davis), El Gatitio Con Zapatos Azule (Jason A. Covey) and Vivian Vicious (Jamie Morgan), and he receives some unexpected - and really undesired - help from Junior Detective Trinix Spade (Stephanie Ward). But of course, fighting one's way to the top is hard enough, defeating the Shogun though a whole other matter ...


Now to state the obvious, The Man with No Pants is not the most brain-heavy of films, has no hidden philosophical messages or deeper meanings - but then of course it's called "The Man with No Pants", so you probably wouldn't have expected that anyways, and if you have ... well, I'll leave it at that. What the title does instead suggest is a fun party movie, and indeed The Man with No Pants is very much that, a very wild mix of western and martial arts movies, science fiction and superheroes, pulp mainstays and wrestling, all played tongue firmly in cheek, especially in the film's healthy employ of clichés. And consequently, if you're in a partying mood and have a couple of beers or the like by your side, you're very likely to find plenty to enjoy in this mixture of madness and (well-staged) action.

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